Editors Note: ACBC has received requests and submissions from leaders in the biblical counseling movement to offer a response to recent criticisms of Dr. Heath Lambert’s 95 Theses. Today on the blog we are releasing a response by a church member (not certified with ACBC) who has articulated her concerns…
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When the pastor preaches from the pulpit, he focuses on relating God’s truth to life. When the pastor shares in interactive, conversational ways in the pastoral counseling office, he focuses on relating God’s truth to life. The question I want us to consider is, “Should extra-biblical worldviews have a role in biblical preaching or biblical counseling?” Continue reading
The scientist analyzing rocks can glorify God just as much as the preacher preaching about the Rock of Ages or the song writer writing Rock of Ages.
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The source version of this article can be found at Jim Newheiser’s blog on IBCD.org. Check out IBCD’s website for a wealth of excellent resources that seek to help strengthen the Church through one-another care. You can also listen to Jim Newheiser speak on biblical counseling in a brief podcast called “What…
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On this special edition of Truth in Love LIVE at the ACBC 2018 Annual Conference, Heath Lambert answers live questions from the viewers. For more podcasts like this one, visit our podcast page. You can watch this podcast on video here. 2017 ACBC Annual Conference Special Event Video Time…
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